MIT lost the coach that made the program what it is today, leading it to the best stretch in the history of MIT football. But so far, rather than take a step back, the Engineers are still looking smart under new coach Brian Bubna. Brian Lester has more.
After losing nine starters on defense, Delaware Valley has been able to reload thanks in part to Anthony Nobile and Michael Nobile, who have locked down things up front for the Aggies. More in a feature from Joe Sager.
Saturday's Johnnie-Tommie game was more than a rivalry game. It was part reunion, part wake, and full of celebration and memories of John Gagliardi that went well beyond the 40-20 final score. Frank Rajkowski was there and has more of the scene from Collegeville.
Frank Rajkowski, who covered St. John's and John Gagliardi for more than 15 years for the St. Cloud Times, spent countless hours covering the man who wound up college football's all-time wins leader. He gives his remembrance of John.
Line up AJ Johnson, Collin Heimbach and Jewell Day on the field at the same time and the Puget Sound wide receivers are a three-headed monster opponents would rather avoid dealing with. More in a feature by Brian Lester.
For the Golden Eagles, the negatives have all turned out to be positives, and for opponents, trying to run on Brockport has been impossible. What makes this defense tick, to the tune of negative-11.6 rushing yards per game? Joe Sager fills in the gaps.
No. 5 Frostburg State and No. 6 Wesley square off for early supremacy in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, and if the rivalry ends after this year, at least it should go out with a bang. Brian Lester has more.
Case Western Reserve and Washington & Jefferson were the two best teams in the Presidents' Athletic Conference each of the past two years. As Case gears up for the challenge, it has a lot of players who have never faced W&J, including a freshman quarterback. More in a feature by Joe Sager.
Trine comes in with the star running back and the playoff pedigree, while Hope is the team looking to make a statement and install itself as the top dog in the conference. Those are the storylines in many places this weekend, but nowhere more than in the MIAA. More from D3football.com's Brian Lester.
'Every game is a playoff game for us at this point.' The words were uttered by John Carroll running back Mike Canganelli, but everyone knows this fact already: JCU needs to run the table after losing to Mount Union. The Blue Streaks need a new streak starting now. More in a feature by Joe Sager.
Having his ACL repaired brought an early end to his sophomore season, but it may well have kickstarted his career. After Alex Darras went under the knife, he shadowed his orthopedic surgeon this summer and will have a leg up when he goes to med school. More in a feature by Brian Lester.
All you have to do to get to the end zone against Washington & Jefferson is get past Zac. Problem is, there are four guys named Zac, Zach or Zack in the Presidents' secondary. More in a feature by Joe Sager.
Cortland quarterback Brett Segala worked his way up from fifth string to the starting lineup in just eight weeks, but ended back on the sidelines the next year. No worries: He made his move back onto the field. Which makes sense. He's always on the move. More in a D3football.com Feature by Jason Bowen.
Typically schools in their fourth year of football get to celebrate a large senior class and often experience a lot of success. But Finlandia played just four countable games last year, has had constant roster turnover and went through two coaches this offseason alone. Brian Lester catches up with a work in progress.
Down 17-0 in the third quarter on Saturday, UW-Stout not only was back on its heels, it hadn't scored a point all season. But the Blue Devils came back to win by blocking an extra point in overtime. Joe Sager brings you the oral history of the comeback, through the eyes of five key participants.
219 of Division III's 250 teams had games in Week 1. Of the remainders, most get on the field this week, finally. That includes Linfield, which has a key matchup against a former NAIA champion, which already has two games under its belt. Joe Sager has more.
Huntingdon and Guilford combined for 106 points in 47 minutes of play, only to have it all wiped out because of weather. Brian Lester takes us through it all from the Huntingdon perspective, as the team which was leading but also had to drive 496 miles home with a no-contest.